What we learned from the Chicago Bears win over the Ravens

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Chicago Bears Adrian Amos
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The defense remembered how to take the ball away!

After not having an interception all season, the Chicago Bears’ defense had TWO, in one game. The first one was a nice diving interception by Callahan, who also had a big return on the play (52 yards).

Here is the second interception of the day, which went to Amos:

The third turnover of the day was a forced fumble by linebacker Christian Jones, with a recovery by Danny Trevathan. Speaking of Trevathan, he is a special player. His presence was missed last week, but it was certainly felt today.

On the defensive line, the Ravens could not block Eddie Goldman and Akiem Hicks. Goldman had 6 tackles, and Hicks had a very nice sack.

Now, the one player that I want to highlight is Kyle Fuller. What a performance by him.

The Ravens targeted Fuller, repeatedly, and he continued to make plays.

I am not sure if Fuller will ever be a Darrelle Revis type of corner, but with performances like these I know that he can be a good corner in this league. He is still just 25 years old, and he needs to get an extension, this off-season. I could not be any happier for Fuller, as he is playing with confidence and great technique.